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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 April 1894

MARINE NEWS. Afraid-of Old Steamers. A rapid increase in tiie number of fire losses on steam vessels in'recent vears. taken in connection with the dubious outlook for vessel property of all descriptions diiriuc the season now opening, has led quite a number of in- surance companies to abandon this class of risks altogether, while many others have become deeidedh: wary in then-ac- ceptance of offerings. The steamers discriminated against are those running from the Al! to Bl grades and steamers that have pone through periods of or- phanage ending in sale by United States marshals. Why such unfortunates should be regarded with suspicion is -difficult to understand but they are, nevertheless. Concerning oid' and low grade steamers, an under- writer remarked, while referring to the subject, that \"during periods of de- pression and idleness they are apt to burn ut when left alone,\" and un- doubtedly this impression servrs to put them under ban. Up to the present time underwriters have i...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 April 1894

l l l i o D N TY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS. :JWiM PlUlfEY, - - Publisher. REVELRY ENDS IN RIOT. One Man Killed ami Several Injured a t a French Ball m Sew York NEW YORK, April :i~-From revelry to riot was but a step, and a Bliort one at that, at the masque ball of the Carmen- cita Club in Tammany Hali about 4 A . M. There were upon the floor and in the boxes not far from 1,500 persons, and though the bar was closed there was no lock of intoxicants, so that wvhen the disturbance began many persons were crazed with drink. Houndsrnan Shay excited the trouble by undertaking to stop a performance that waseoing on in a box occupied by Eddie Hirsch, keeper of a Coney Island dance hall, and a party of bis friends. The officer was told to mind his own business, whereupon be triad to pull Hirsch from the box. Instantly a rush was made for the officer. Other policemen in the hall went to Shay's assistance. Bottles and chairs were made use of by the crowd. Clubs were swung lustily and many hea...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 April 1894

MAKJGSTE NEWS. A fralil of Old Steamers. A rapid increase in the number of fire losses on steam vessels in recent years, taken in connection with the dubious outlook for- vessel property of all descriptions durirtir the season now opening, has ied quite a number of in- surance companies to abandon this class of-risks altogether, while runny others have become decidedly wary in their ac- ceptance of offerings. The steamers discriminated against are those running from the A2 to 111 grades and steamers that have gone through periods of or- phanage ending in sale by United .States marshals. \"Why such unfortunates should be regarded with suspicion is difficult to understand but they are, nevertheless. Concerning oid andgon low grade steamers, an under- writer remarked, while referring to the subject, that \"during periods of de- pression and idleness they are apt to burn up when left alone,\" and un- doubtedly this impression serves to put them under ban. t' p to the present time underw...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 April 1894

P & R S O N f \\ L . \" • . . . • • • • — . — : — . Jos. LeMevo, of Jacksonport,. wa s »i» ••the city briefly oil Monday. Mrs. Henry Anschut/,. of Jacksonport, ''•was in the city last Saturday. \"'\"'Jos. Arle, Jr., came home from SisU*r Bay, on Saturday of last week. Mrs. M. Doherly is very ill with erysipelas at her home in this city. Anton ltitter returned from his win- t e r ^ work at Sister Bay, o n Saturday. 'has Sampson returned from a trip to Menominee the fore part of the week. 'Richard Ihlenfeldt, of Ahnapee, spent ••several days of the past week in this city. Mrs. Dave Maehia presented he r husband with a haby girl last Monday .eveniug. Thos. Ii . Smith returned Saturday evening from a brief business trip to Chicago. John I'liiiske, of Forestvillo, trans- aeted business at the county seat, last\" Saturday. Jerre Madden and wife, of Menominee are visiting relatives in th e city and nnd vicinity. • A Httle baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Greeney'...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 April 1894

SPECIAL COLUMN. Advertisements under this head will be Inserted for two cents per line ench insertion. • style organs which I will sell at cost to close oat stock. Also violins, accordeons, etc. Any- one In need of such instruments will save at least 25 per cent by calling on me at. Opera Hall. B. HAHN. *\\\\/\"ANTED.—E%'erybody to know that we do •Â»* every kimrot job printing, neatly, anil promptly and at reasonable rates. Send your orders to this office Larson, rooms on second floor of Capt, McDonald's building on St. John street, near the bridge. FOR SALE—By G. W. Allen, of this, city, one of the finest forties for a fruit farm in the county and it is worth while to remember that Door county is, and is to be, the fruit region of Wisconsin. FARM FOR SALE farm, in the town of Jachsonport. For particulars call at this oflie E. Halstead, Chicago, 111. The Win. Halstead ichsonport . 1 or address Dr. Far m for .Sale. 310 acres of excellent farming land. 80 acres under cultivation, two...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 April 1894

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT S T U R G E O N BAY , WIS. JNO. J. PINNEY, - - Publisher. SEVEN DIED IN A WRECK. S e r i o u s A c c i d e n t on a hogging Hail- roa d N e a r M h s k e g o n , Mich.— T h e Victims. MUSKEGON, Mich.. April 10.—Seven ne were killed yesterday by the de- . railinft of a logging locomotive, twenty miles north of this city. The dead arc\" A. Shelander, engineer (Jus. Ander- son, fireman Martin Lvnch, Frank Shipper, Allen Chickett, Aldenr.an Critchett, Emery Stearns. All the. vic- tims were married except the last three named. The accident occurred at New Era, Oceana County, by the derail- ing of a logging train.\" The locomo- tive struck a tree, which had heen blown down across tho track, and was thrown down an embankment, several logging cars piling up over the engine. Eight men were thrown into the wreck and were terribly scalded by escaping steam, in addition to their injuries. Only one, Fred Calker, escaped alive, and he was fatally injured. \\ u WILL\" SEIZE TH...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 April 1894

.IN'CONGRESS. The Senate. •WASHINGTON. IX ('.. April 5.—The Senate met and immediately went into executive session. At the close of the executive ses- sion the Senate adjourned. WAHIISGTOM. I). C , April fi.—In the Sen- :ate to-day Mr. Poller 'I'ojv, Kan.) spoke on, the tariff bill. A petition from :St. l.ouis millers asked for the retention in the tarili law of the reciprocity clause of the MeKin- Jey law. ThetVoloott resolution for a sib' ve\"r treaty with Mexico was taken up and Mr. Teller (Kep.. Col.) addre.-sed the Senate. On a motion lor an exeourive session Mr.. 11 arris demanded the yeas and nays. theUe- p'nblicans refusing to vote. WASHINGTON. 1). C , April 7.—In the Sen- ate to-day the Chinese treaty was taken up and discussed in executive seisiou. Mo oth- •er matters were considered. - V ,, WASIMNC.TOS, D. C.„April!).—Mr.AVabh, Hie new senator from Georgia, took the • oath of oiliee. Two resolutions intended to facilitate debate on the tariil bill were in- troduced, one b...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 April 1894

i H * mm (mtm DEMOCRAT. Entered at (He poilolRct at Sturgeon Bay, as $«eon$el3«s matter: 1'OBI.ISHED WEEKLY BY tJOHN J . P I N N E Y , Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. SI.50 PER YEAR. SPECIAL NOTICE. AH persons addressing communications to the DOOH COVKTY DEMOCRAT, will please address the pubUsherand not the paper alone. Always address as tollowa: JNO, 3. PINNEY, Publisher. , Sturgeon Bay, Wis. \"i—rr~T EDITORIAL. Two years ago, John Leathern was defeated for mayor because he didn't want the railroad to cross the bay: now the same gang who howled so vigorous- ly then, are all upon arms against John Leathern because he wants the railroad to cross the bay, and has actually en- tered into a deal to effect that purpose. Dear, dear! What a bad man that John Leathern must be. TIIEBKis a little cabal in thisscity, and no one need hunt very far to find it, who have conspired to control not merely the politics but the business and growth of the town. They have been at it for year...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 April 1894

HOBTICPI/riTKE I N BOOK COUNTY. Apples. The apple is the raost valuable and the most largely consumed of all the fruits. Both for home use and for the market, it has no -rivals. The areas of its'successful and profitable production are so limited, and increasing facilities for transportation are so constautly and rapidly widening the market, that there need be no fear of overproduction. Most men of fifty can remember when good apple orchards were comparatively worthless, as a source of money revenue and the larger the orchard, and the more abundant the crop, the more worthless it seemed to be. This was ow- ing, we now know, to the almost total lack of facilities for transportation, and the consequent want of market. But those days are gone, probably forever. It is doubtful if the time will ever again come, when a good quality of apples will not repay abundantly the cost of raising and marketing. Especially is this true of Door county, with an almost unlimited market just at our door...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 April 1894

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. TOPICS OF INTEREST TO FARMER AND HOUSEWIFE. Vbrmerg Khoahf Cfno the Whitewash Branh Freely—Care of Early PlantH—How to Keep Pasture Springs Pure—A i'ovrcv tut LOR Jack. A Powerful Log .lack. \" The cut here shown illustrates a log jack that any ingenious farmer can make. It consists of two hard wood planks nailed nearly close to- gether. Holes are then drilled in which two iron icgs should slide easily. A lever of hard oak wood or » iron is then re tuired with a short chain and hook. A chain is then hooked to the top of the plank, passed .[under the log to r.e raised and hooked to the chain on the lever. The lever liSiben worked similarly to a pump bafldle. When lowering the handle and allowing the weight to rest on the outer pin, move up the pin inuninterrupted front to a hole higher. When the handle is raiscc'. with the weight on the front pin, raise the back pin. By this plan a ton may he easily raised by a single person, as the lever- ago Is only about, half a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 April 1894

SUGAR CANE EXPERIMENT. A C a r l o a d H a s B o o n P l a n t e d o n I ' n i o n Some' weeks ago th e .San Fraucisco Chronicle mentioned th e fact that the federal government .\\\\as flmkhts ex-\" tensive experiments in California in tiro matter of raising sugar cane. A few days ago on e carload of cane was plant- ed on the property o f th e Williams es- tate, on Union Island, an d nex t week. -mother'shipment lrom Florida will be sent out. Within six months it will be known definitely whether the experi- ment of raisin'}: miliar cane in Calitornia js stieeespful, an d hundreds of fanners in the tule lands are anxiously waiting the result. K. J. Wickson, president of the Cali- fornia State Floral .Society, under whose supervision the sugar cane was planted on Union Island, stated yesterday that in his opinion the experimen t would be successful. \"Of course,\" added he , '\"the only * \" question no w is whether the cane ean he crown under the conditions prevail- ing m that region...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 April 1894

HOG CHOLERA SYMPTOMS. Important Ooeumcnt Issued by Iowa'H State Hoard of Health. The presence of th e disease is indi- cated by a cold Bhivcrintj, lasting from a few seconds to several \"hours fre- quent sneezing, followed by a loss of appetite rough appearance of the hair, drooping1 of the ears, stupidness. at- tempts to vomit, tendency to root the bedding, to He down in dark and quiet places, dullness of the eyes, often dim sometimes swelling of the head, erup it iseut.up there is nothing- better. It { is even better than dry leaves. If straw j is vised it must be changed every day, j while stover will last for several days. • The order of values for the different j straws should be first, stover second, i flax straw third, rye straw fourth, ( wheat straw fifth, barley straw sixth, j oat straw. The basis of this classiflea- j tion rests on the liability to pack to- , gether and on the injurious effects of furifroids. Every farmer is familiar j with the fact that a sheaf of oats or...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 April 1894

9§B^^9SMI$JB Jk VOL. 2. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, APR. 21, 1894. NO. I a. SPECIAL COLUMN. Advertisements under thiiJ head will be Inserted tor two cents per line . each insertion. ATstyle CO.ST—I have several pianos and new organs which I will sell at cost to close out stock. Also violins, acconleons. etc. Any- one in need of such instruments will save at loast 25 per cent, by calling on mo at Opera Hall. H. HAHN. \\ * r ANTED.—Ev » » every Uina of jol promptly and at re orders to ihis office dytoUnow that we do pvtntlnc- neatly, and ouuble rates. Send your WLarson, ANTED—DRESSMAKING, by Miss Dora rooms on second t! building on St. John McDonald^ the bridge. I^OR SALE —H.v G. \\V. Allen, of this city. one of the finest forties for a fruit farm in the county and it is worth while to remember that Door county is. and is to be, the fruit region of Wisconsin. SMOKE '.ManccnillaM 10c cigar. Tlios. Gillespie offers his fine business black for sale or rent. f * x h e postoffioe was ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 April 1894

DOOR COOHT? DEMOCRAT S T U R G E O N BAY , WIS . JHO. J. PIMHEY, - Publisher. LITIGANT USES A REVOLVER. Two M e n S h o t in t h e R o o m s o f E s - i V e s i d e n t Harriso n In In- d i a n a polis. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., J\\pril % 17.—The law office of Miller, Winter & Etam was the scene of a sensational shoots ing at noon. W. IJ. CopcJand, of Madison, Ind., shot Addison C. Harris in the arm inflicting a painful wound . He also shot W. II. Bruning, of Madi- son, in the face. Mr. Harris is one of th e \"most prominent lawyers in tbeefate, and 1B one of the IronJIall attorneys. Ex-President Harrison and ex-Attor- ney-General Miller are the senior mstnberB of the firm. A conference bad been arranged between William B. Copeland and XV'illiam II. B. Bruning, rival litigants of Madison, Ind., and Ujeir attorneys at the office. Bruning, his atforney\", A. C. Harris, and Fercl Winter, a member cf the law firm, XWyg £rea'« in the /oe*n wfjgn -tJonalaiid c^iie- in. Without saying sayu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 April 1894

THE DESPISED TOE. HOW A GREVJOUS WRONG WAS AVENGED. . CHAPITER XV.—CONTINUED. That was bow things stood when Kaissa •end her father, sent for in hot haste by 3otuites Gretzky, mads their appearance •at the mansion. The success of the Count' «ss had somewhat overshot its mark she •would have been satisfied with a less signal revenge, though she was perfectly easy with regard to her nephew, whom she believed 4o be a very steady young man, because he •bad never been drunk in her presence. Nev- ertheless, she was not bliuu to the fact that •so sensational nud severe n punishment was snot calculated to be particularly acceptable to the aristocracy. No doubt Countess , -Gretzky felt deeply moved by the suffer- ings of humanity at large she had run the risk of alienating the friendship of many in taking up Raissa's c use, but she had run that risk el e -rfally, as being solely respon- sible for this step. But now that the in- terest of a goodly section of the nobility •seemed to be at sta...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 April 1894

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Entered at iJie jionioifice at Sturgeon, Bay, as second dissmatter. PUBUSHED WEEKLY BV JOHN *J. PINNEY, Kdltor ami Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.5<p>HI'KCIAL'NOTICK. 0 PER YEAR. how it happens that our police court has no jurisdiction. That part of the law was not amended. It defines the jurisdiction of the court in cities of the first three classes, but as to cities of the fourth class it is wholly silent. There are many other just such awkward omissions. } J t 'lH inexplicable how such a jargon All persons addressing -communications toj could ever have been conceived and tariff commission was the president of the National Association of Woolen Manufacturers. He mad&up the woolen schedule, and when he had ended his work as a member of the co3nmission he came to Washington and lobbied M. E. LAWRENCE, PKOPEIETOB OP the DOOR - COT JJTY UEMOCHAT, will plea«^ address the publisher and not the paper alone. \"Always address as follows: JNO, J. PINXEY,...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 April 1894

i g | # N .THE. COUNTY, /•- fWM h JACKSONPORT. . . i ^ h e suckers have made their appear- ance in Hibbard's Creek. ' K i Bey-. Jos. Jamieson will hold services 'IMm'.the Episcopal church on Sunday. §• I'^Ehe Rob Roy, of Racine, loaded with S ipfdpd at Lemere's pier on Monday. ||k0Rev . J S. Neii will hold divine ser- I'll^c^in the M. E. church on Sunday. | f||^Ette I. M, Forrest, of Chicago, foad- ||||etjMth wood at Reynold -spier^QttTues- | M | o f J | & | ^ l | ^ £ ||||&S|iiaii^ j § | # | | | i i £ C h ^ ^ fll^Saj&l^jfePx)^^ -vvpqd'at g-||f§ya^^ 5^f|f^iMp^ ^ frolji ia trip ^ § f ^ f t | & 6 t e s ^ HJ||||||^(i4^stti| between t t e felsteal boys «Mlt&pkrj&- ^^ F^day,ytennin- ?|3 ^£iHjf^b^: : ^ ^ ^ ^ f e h t y j N a ^ of::Egg HarhOT , :and' SgSMis^I^na.Upban will b6 joined doctor, inhabited by good honest thrifty farmers, and that if he located here and used a horse and buggyv he might be able to muke a good living aud if he became the cracked up doc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 April 1894

MARINE NEWS. No Government Harbormaster*. Secretary of. the Treasury Carlisle, has declined the request of Chicago\"' vessel owners and marine men general- ly that the commander of the revenue steamer C.alumet be given authority to act as harbormaster at that port. The secretary points out that this would be an invasion of municipal authority, and it would lead to complication!* -which the government has no desire to en- counter. Collector Russell explained tue situation in detail, stating that if the Federal government undertook to direct the wharfage the city might draw out 'entirely, and then the \"government would have to see to the dredging of the river and its entire supervision. This might ultimately lead to its taking control of the bridges, a course which would be very undesirable. The solicit- or of the treasury gave an opinion that the 'jurisdiction of-the Federal govern? .'.meat-extended to the channel of the river, and to that extent, the captain of .the Calumet will be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 April 1894

Hood's Sarsaparilla is Peculiar to Itself It is peculiar in its origin, peculiar in the re- markable growth of the business of its man- ufacture, peculiar in the wonderful euros •which it has accomplished. Ko other Sarsa- parilla or so-called blood.puriue has made the \"peculiar\" record shown by the vast mass of testimony from people who have been cured by Hood'sSarsaparilla. Hundreds of letters are being constantly received which tell a tale of misery, with the happy fCJUC':, \"I topk Hood's Sarsaparilla,. and it cared me.\" Peculiar After the Grip Hood's Sarsaparilla seems to be especially adapted to just those conditions where an v im-igorating medicine is indispensable, and to just those times when heavy doctors'bills are to bo avoided. The Grip always leaves • • • a \"peculiar\" weakness, which Hood's Sarsa- parilla, by its \"peculiar\" virtues, speedily overcomes. Much sickness and unhappiness follows a neglect properly to build up the system after the t ip. Hood's Sarsaparil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 April 1894

MEN'S SUMMER SUITS in Two Styles General Store Price .$7.50, Our Price i S E K O l ' B M K X ' S i C A P E MACINTOSH f for } $5.00 9 Just the tliiiiff.for spring T and summer. I M. El. LawrGnce's_Block OLD POSTOFFIOE STAND. HIATS f Now ami Nobby \\ Styles anil Shapes. WE) f\\RE fiERE TO STfVY! And l our exceedingly low prices we propose to do the Clothing busi- ness of I)oor County. A careful inspection will warrant your placing your patronage with us. Opening day, Saturday, April 21, 1801, when we shall he pleased to show you through our new store. THE——, — Men's Woolen Pants J SI.88J Warranted never tp^ KIP. I , iVafilftlnoGaps I Men's i Working :V:V-. . Pi CLOTHING HOUSE, STURGEON BAY, - - WISCONSIN. New Launririetl Col-i laranpCuff shirts, j) General store price ^ $1.50, i DR. OSKflRI MUELLER, Deutseher Arzt. PHYSICIAN \\ SURGEON, Office Hours} ! £ « & & Office.on St. John Street, near the bridge,, STURGEON BAY. WIS AHNAPEE & WESTERN R'Y. TIME TABLE. After Sunday, ...

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